- Death rates from breast cancer have been decreasing in part due to awareness women gain through meetings like this one.
- A free four-month workshop designed to help Black women business owners begins tomorrow in Riverhead.
- The Harlem Wizards are returning to Riverhead this fall with a performance that will pit its star-studded basketball team against teachers and staff at Riverhead schools.
- Donating blood is safe, simple and saves lives.
- Shop ’til you drop at the Aquebogue School PTO’s annual craft fair and help the PTO support the students of the school.
Book and Bottle: Suffolk County Historical Society presents local Sherlock Holmes story over wine and cheeseLong Island was once the scene of a Sherlock Holmes mystery. Come learn all about the story which involves theft, a planned kidnapping and a series of underground bunkers called caves by the media of the time.
- The Riverhead Moose Classic Car Club will host a car show to benefit the Baiting Hollow Church.
- Walk for exercise, walk for fun, or walk for charity – come join the annual CROP walk and do all three.
- Reeves Park will hold its annual Candlelight Memorial Walk in honor of those who lost their lives on September 11.
- The Oregon Trail was the site of dreams, drama and even death for thousands of pioneers. The Wading River Historical Society will present a talk on its history.
- Get out your bicycle and join the Rec Department’s Bike to Breakfast – a great way to make new friends, get some exercise, and spend time with family, too.
- Join compatriota at the Riverhead Free Library to enjoy music, dancing, games and snacks at this festive evening celebrating the cultures of Latin America.
- Has it really been 40 years? Catch up with old friends at the reunion now being planned.
- Calypso music, an art display, great food and a fabulous setting all lead to lunch on the riverfront sponsored by the Rec department.
- Works by North Fork artist Max Moran, featuring familiar themes of beaches, fields and the views out east, are on display at the Jedediah Hawkins Inn.
- One Guitar More, a concert performed by 30 East End musicians all playing the same 1961 Gibson guitar, will benefit Maureen’s Haven Homeless Outreach.
- Worried about Zika virus? Learn the latest updates at the talk by an infectious disease specialist at PBMC.
- Getting older often brings aches and pains in knees and hips. This informational meeting will offer news in the advances in joint replacement.